Have you ever been told you’re overreacting, oversensitive or a hypochondriac? Sometimes it’s because you’re suffering from an illness other people can’t see. Because you look “normal” on the outside, friends and family can’t relate or understand what you’re struggling with.
Whether it’s mental illness or another invisible chronic illness, such as autoimmune disease, you might want to check out Ilana Jacqueline’s Surviving and Thriving with an Invisible Chronic Illness: How to Stay Sane and Live One Step Ahead of Your Symptoms. This would also make a great holiday gift for someone struggling with an illness.
Speaking of helping those with chronic illness, this week’s top post shares one strategy that can increase well-being and decrease stress and depression. Want to know what it is? Keep reading.
Build a Life of Meaning with These Everyday Tips
(Character Strengths) – Is your life filled with meaning? If you desire more meaning in your life, this is worth a read.
10 Reasons You Were Fooled by a Narcissist
(Knotted) – It’s what narcissists need and you provide that makes you attractive to each other.
Coach vs Counselor: Is Psychotherapy Viable as a Business in 2019?
(Private Practice Kickstart) – Are you a therapist considering coaching? Read this.
How Fluent Are YOU in the Languages of Love?
(NLP Discoveries) – Understanding these five love languages will help you understand your partner, yourself and your relationship better.
How Does Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Effect the Auditory Sensory System?
(Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) – This post explains why children with sensory sensitivities are easily distracted and gives tools that can help them succeed, cope and manage their specific issues.